We gather Kelp (Laminaria digitata) by swimming out and cutting it sustainably from the clear waters around St Davids Peninsula. It is found in many areas of the world but really only becomes visible along our coastline at very low tides.
It fights skin ageing, de-pigmentation & harmful micro-organisms. It forms a protective outer surface on the skin to hydrate and moisturise.
Polysaccharides in Kelp give great hydration and elasticity making it a superfood for the skin.
Marigold, (Calendula officinalis), is used in many parts of the world in skin care and petals were used to dress wounds, speeding up the process of skin repair following surgery or damage.
Calendula’s most popular use from ancient times to modern day has been for healing the skin of wounds, burns, rashes, itchiness, bites and swelling.